Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials and Dolphin Research Center staff gather with a manatee calf they rescued off Key Largo because it was struck by a boat’s propeller.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials and Dolphin Research Center staff gather with a manatee calf they rescued off Key Largo because it was struck by a boat’s propeller. Dolphin Research Center
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials and Dolphin Research Center staff gather with a manatee calf they rescued off Key Largo because it was struck by a boat’s propeller. Dolphin Research Center

Young manatee cut up by a boat is saved and brought to Miami

April 17, 2017 06:21 AM

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